A court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the estate of Dr. Seuss claiming ComicMix’s Dr. Seuss / Star Trek mash up book, “Oh, the Places You’ll Boldly Go!” is protected by fair use and therefore not copyright infringement.
Supreme Court Says a Copyright Registration is Needed in Hand to Commence a Lawsuit – What This Means to You
The Supreme Court has spoken and held that a copyright registration is needed in hand to commence a lawsuit but what does this mean to you?
Jonathan Bertuccelli, the creator of the NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans Mascot, King Cake Baby, has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the makers and producers of Happy Death Day claiming the killer wore a mask that is too similar to Bertuccelli’s creation.
Epic has moved to dismiss a copyright infringement lawsuit over dance moves in Fortnite filed by 2 Milly claiming that “no one can own a dance step”.
After a four year litigation, a writer that claimed The Purge was a ripoff of his work has agreed to dismiss a copyright infringement lawsuit after evidence disproved his case.
In the wake of a new lawsuit filed by Nintendo against two big ROM websites, hopefully you will believe your friendly neighborhood video game attorneys when they tell you that ROMs and using someone else’s IP without permission is infringement.
In the last two week, Epic has been hit with two lawsuits claiming famous dances by 2 Milly and Alfonso “Cartlon” Riberio were stolen and used in Fornite without permission. Are these lawsuit doomed to flop?
Grumpy Cat won and lost. The cat is way more focused on that lose.
It looks like the National Hockey League is looking to score once and for all. Earlier this week, the NHL launched a lawsuit against four small-time hockey merchandise businesses to protect its coveted Stanley Cup.
While Dr. Seuss argued that “Who’s Holiday!” should be gone, the Second Circuit claims that this show must go on!